American Literature in the Twentieth Century

The latest issue of the St. Austin Review is winging its way to subscribers. This is what they will enjoy:

Dana Gioia admires “John Allen Wyeth: Soldier Poet”.

Kevin O’Brien engages sardonically with T. S. Eliot’s letters and love life: “P.S. I Love You (Not)”.

“Mr. Blue, Meet Your Nemesis.” Stephen Mirarchi makes the introduction.

Aaron Urbanczyk discovers “Backwoods Fundamentalist Homeschooling in Flannery O’Connor’s The Violent Bear It Away”.

Brendan D. King considers “The Poet and the Counterrevolution: Richard Wilbur, the Free Verse Revolution and the Revival of Rhymed Poetry”.

K. V. Turley watches Capote and finds “A Study in Cold Blood”.

Kevin Michael Saylor surveys “The Art of Discipleship” in the full colour art feature.

Susan Treacy waxes eloquent on “Michael Kurek and the Sound of Beauty”.

Donald DeMarco ponders Prokofiev, Sibelius and the Political Divide.

John Beaumont follows the road to Rome of “Justine Ward, Musical Educator and Convert”.

Manuel Alfonseca’s new regular science feature focuses on Artificial Intelligence.

Kenneth Colston reviews How to Keep from Losing Your Mind: Educating Yourself Classically to Survive Cultural Indoctrination by Deal W. Hudson. 

Carol Anne Jones reviews Out of the Classroom and Into the World: How to Transform Catholic Education by Roy Peachey.

Stephen Tomlinson reviews Defending Boyhood by Anthony Esolen.

Donna Spivey Ellington reviews The Restoration of Man: C. S. Lewis and the Continuing Case Against Scientism by Michael D. Aeschliman.

Plus new poetry by Philip C. Kolin, Greg Lobas, and R. V. Young.

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